…as 71 candidates score 15 points ... Madhuku legacy lives onTiyani Hahlani
MASVINGO - The 2018 Zimsec ‘A’ level examinations results have marked yet another milestone after 71 candidates attained 15 points.
Data released by the national examination body confirm this massive feat for this Reformed Church in Zimbabwe (RCZ)-run school which has always been known for its academic and sporting prowess.
Speaking TellZim News, Pamushana High head Raymond Ndega said he was very happy with the results, which he attributed to the team work at the school.
“I am celebrating this achievement which is largely a result of the systems that I found in place. I am still new at the school but I must say that I found a great team that is hard working. They supported me throughout these few months and I am grateful. The remarkable ‘A’ level results will spur us to do even better,” said Ndega.
He praised his predecessor, Johnson Madhuku for leaving behind an efficient system that produces tangible results.
In his remarks, Madhuku said he was also pleased that Pamushana High School was forging ahead as a school of repute.
“I am excited that the school is doing well. What we worked for all these years is really paying off. I am glad that the school is becoming better and the team in charge is fully capable. We are here to work together for the good of our school in our respective capacities," Madhuku said.
Sciences teacher Hlamalani Chauke’s had 29 children attaining some of the best marks in the exams.
The children got an As in Pure Maths, Chemistry, Statistics, Geography, Computer Science and a B in Physics.